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Fed tapering beginning to exploit cracks in global financial system

On Jan. 25, trends forecaster Gerald Celente was a guest of King World News to speak on the economy, and the coming financial crises that are just beginning to show themselves in Asia, Europe and the U.S..  During his 15 and half minute interview, Celente pointedly stated that the Fed will have no choice but to taper, and continue to taper well into 2014, and that these actions will cause massive problems f ...

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*Updated* Beginning in April, Wells Fargo to charge $5 to customers for certain deposits

*Update* - Several sources are contacting Wells Fargo regarding this newly proposed policy, and are getting different responses.  One Representative has stated it is only for International transactions and deposits, while another Representative stated they had not heard of this expected change at all. On Jan. 13, customers of Wells Fargo bank received an incredible shock as many received letters from the in ...

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New York Fed president admits ignorance on QE outcomes

Like the climate change scientists who manipulated data to justify their position that man is the cause of the world's global warming problems, so too is it with mainstream economists, who cite and use incorrect statistics to validate monetary polices that anyone with a shred of common sense can see are more destructive than beneficial to our financial system. Thus it should not come as a shock four years l ...

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Federal Reserve’s Legacy on its 100th Anniversary

December 23 marks the 100th anniversary of the creation of the Federal Reserve, and the ushering in of a new era of monetary policy and control over our banking system.  And in those 100 years, America has seen itself rise to become the most powerful economic power in the history of the world, and be the primary force over monetary and financial policies implemented in the global economy. However, there is ...

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Helicopter Ben initiates taper in one of his last acts in office

On Dec. 18, as Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke prepares to pass the torch to underling Janet Yellen, the man responsible for QE 4EVA has initiated a small taper on the central banks bond buying program, and will remove $10 billion monthly from their toxic asset purchases. *FED TAPERS QE TO $75 BLN MONTHLY PACE, STARTING IN JANUARY *FED SAYS `FURTHER MEASURED STEPS' POSSIBLE ON TAPERING *FED: EXCEPTION ...

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Jim Rogers: Fed will self-destruct while politicians remain ignorant

On Nov. 18, billionaire investor Jim Rogers sat down for a long interview with Russia Today to discuss everything from gold, to Bitcoin, and even the Federal Reserve.  During the 28 minute discussion, Rogers noted on a number of occasions that everything financially is 'floating on an artificial ocean of printed money', and that the "Fed is on course to self-destruct before the politicians realize what is g ...

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Stock market euphoria: Dow crosses 16000 and S&P goes over 1800

Quantitative Easing has reached its 2013 goals with more than a month to spare.  On Nov. 18, the Dow crossed over 16000 for the very first time, and the S&P 500 achieved 1800 as each exchange set new intraday records for stock prices. The only numbers that matter today are 16000, 4000 and 1800: those are the Fed's closing targets for the Dow Jones, the Nasdaq and the S&P. Following last night's Chin ...

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Ron Paul: Fed policies are made to benefit crony capitalists

Just days after the unprecedented event of a former Federal Reserve insider apologizing to the American people regarding the dire consequences the central bank has imposed on the economy through Quantitative Easing, former Congressman Ron Paul provided a little more insight on those remarks, and expanded the dialogue to say that the Federal Reserve's primary intention has always been to benefit crony capita ...

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It’s official: Quantitative Easing is a failure

In late 2008, and a little ways past the start of the Great Recession, the Federal Reserve decided to introduce a new form of money printing known as Quantitative Easing.  In this new scheme to increase liquidity and attempt to stimulate the economy, the Fed began buying toxic assets from banks , while at the same time, allowing financial institutions to borrow money at near zero interest.  This combination ...

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JP Morgan: Economic growth is bad for the stock market

Most investors know that the Federal Reserve has taken complete control over the economy and monetary policy, but few realize that their policies have resulted in a complete turn-around of how economic success is determined since 2008, and the now famous credit crisis.  Yet, in an unusual revelation announced by none other than J.P. Morgan on Nov. 4, a blinding truth came to light as Wall Street finally adm ...

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